The history of medicine from the creation of the world to the present period, with the errors of medical sects, systems, and hypotheses. II. The anatomy of the human body, illustrated by sixty-eight copper plates, with parallel descriptions in single opposite pages. III. Physiology, or the animal, vital, and natural functions of man in health, and how they are performed and preserved. IV. Pathology, or the science of diseases, causes, symptoms, effects, on death and putrefaction, &c. The whole arranged in a new mode to facilitate the study of medicine, with the latest discoveries; intended for the contemplation of the studious in the learned professions of medicine, law, divinity, and for all who wish to comprehend the science of man
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Royal College of Physicians, London
Autograph: Williams, P. Henry
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